Retro Science and Tech Ads [Images]

Retro Tech Ads Screen

These retro science and tech ads are interesting for two different reasons.

First, it’s curious to see how technology has progressed and what’s valued as important solutions in today’s technology world versus that of 50 years ago. The second interesting aspect of these retro ads, is that of creativity and design. Just scrolling through this Flickr photo group was a quick dive into retro design goodness.

Here’s a sample:

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Search vs Organization [Infographic]

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I like to keep my files organized, but it isn’t often until I am further into a project that I realize a better way to organize. So, I re-organize them. Even with all this organization of file folders on my computer, I can still have a hard time sifting through my files to find exactly what […]

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Premium WordPress Themes by 7Theme [GIVEAWAY]

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Looking for a new premium WordPress theme, but you’ve searched through all the usual suspects and would like something new and fresh? Maybe it’s time you took a look at this new find—7Theme. 7Theme offers over 100 themes and many different basic WordPress services that may be of interest to you. There is one thing […]

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Learning from the Church Tech Saints Before Us

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Technology is always moving forward. It’s always looking forward. In fact, as I write this, everyone is talking about today’s Apple event where they will announce and display the newest bit of technology. By its very nature, technology is always knocking on the future’s door. But what about old technology? Some of us call it […]

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Amazing Audio Illusion [Video]

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I’ve always thought that optical illusions were cool, but I had no idea there was such a thing called an ‘audio illusion!’ Seriously. After watching this video, your mind will be blown…

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Hubbble — Favorite Tweets In Your Inbox

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Do you favorite tweets on Twitter? For the longest time I didn’t, but then I realized it was a great way to show others that you’re listening and paying attention, without having to retweet everything. Someone mentions you, hit the favorite star. Someone says something funny, hit the favorite star. It’s been a nice bridge […]

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A Look at Facebook Mobile [Infographic]

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Social media is still young in its lifespan and while critics are saying that it is halfway through its life or going to rapidly decline soon, my belief is that it is here to stay. One indication of that is Facebook with its VAST platform that is growing and adapting all the time. One such […]

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Photographic Manipulation and Creativity

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Two friends and I were at the coffee shop the other day. We started talking about creativity. The conversation was inspired by art on the walls. As we talked, the topic moved to photography. We discussed how Photoshop has changed the world of photos. So much manipulation goes on now, and it’s easier than ever. […]

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The Client (or Pastor) Is Always Right [Images]

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This poster series by Jonathan Quintin, founder and creative director at STUDIOJQ, will make each and every graphic and web designer smile—especially those who freelance. But as I scrolled through these and identified with them, it got me thinking about what it was like to do creative work for my church back in the United […]

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The Rice Bucket Challenge

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The Ice Bucket Challenge took social media by storm and was/has been a great success with millions of dollars raised for charities. It’s also given something fun for people to share online. But in India, Manju Latha Kalanidhi saw all of this social media soaking and wondered how this “challenge” could be applied to the […]

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